The first anniversary of operation of the Argyle International Airport (AIA) was celebrated on Saturday evening with a rally hosted at the site.
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The SVG Human Rights Association in a press release said it is of the view that the fundamental rights and freedom of the former fashion model- Yugge Farrell were infringed and continue so to be.
Former fashion model Yugge Farrell is now out on bail and is expected to return to court on December 17th 2018.
General Secretary of the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP) Julian Francis says the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) is desperate to get into political power, and is using the Yugge Farrell case for political mileage.
The National Council of Women (NCW) has given the assurance to the family of Yugge Farrell that the eyes of the organisation is on the case and that a call will be made for women’s groups across the Caribbean to stand in solidarity.
Gailene Farrell, the mother of former fashion model Yugge Farrell, has also expressed strong concern over the medication being given to her 22-year old daughter.
The lawyer representing embattled former fashion model Yugge Farrell in her ongoing court case, Grant Connell on Wednesday says he will be asking the office of the Director of Public Prosecution to nolle pros their case against his client.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed confidence in the healthcare being administered at the Mental Health Institution.
Strong concerns have been expressed over the drugs administered to former fashion model Yugge Farrell, who was re-committed on Monday for another week at the Mental Health Institution.
Former fashion model Yugge Farrell will have to undergo another week of observation at the Mental Health Institution.
Any matter brought against a public figure is a matter of public concern, according to the opposition leader Dr. Godwin Friday
In a news release issued on Wednesday evening the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Human Rights Association (SVGHRA) appealed to the public to refrain from publishing and republishing defamatory material and notes surrounding the Yugge Farrell saga.
In light of accusations being levelled against Finance Minister Camillo Gonsalves in the ongoing saga surrounding former fashion model Yugge Farrell, Prime Minister and Minister of Legal Affairs Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says, he has advised the minister who is also his son to “stay silent” on the issue at least for now.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Baptiste is questioning the circulation of emails purportedly from fashion model Yugge Farrell who is at the center of a controversy here
While not speaking directly on the case involving Yugge Farrell and his son, finance minister, Camillo Gonsalves, Prime Minister and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves explained on radio that the law allows for involuntary psychiatric evaluation.
Attorney at law and activist Kay Bacchus-Baptiste has expressed strong concern over the decision to have fashion model, Yugge Farrell committed for 2 weeks to the mental health centre.